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Numerology information Quena:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Quena:
It's a fucking flute people -open-ended with a small notch cut into the blowing end -originated in the Andes of Peru (Japan too?)
The quena is a bitch to play but sounds gorgeous
Quote: (carl u bird was well rough in bed last nite wid me lol) Reply he he, no mike that was ME!
whatcha doin you Quena !!?
People do not fully understand the true meaning on quena as it is not only a cross between a queer and a chocolate bueno bar but was first founded by myself and two others in tha middle of a field and had no real meaning but since the word has become more common and used in the following areas scarborough, malton n other villages u wont know. so if ya hear da word u can know use it fully knowing the true meaning. it can also be combined into other sentances such as
carlos us useless twat no useless quena olie u quena but normally he changes it to quwanker. (carl u bird was well rough in bed last nite wid me lol)
A cross between a Queer and a Chocolate Beuno bar. Anti-quena's leave the "Quena Tag" in place to insult others. Can also be combined with other words.
Songs about Quena:
Alfonsina (Tropical Fantasy - Quenas Theme) by Perez Prado from the Album Mambo Mania - The Genius Of Perez Prado
Andean Breeze (Quena Flute) by Erik The Flutemaker from the Album Flute Salad
Aymara-San Lorenzo-Quena Music by Unspecified from the Album Anthology of Central and South American Indian Music
Canciones Incaias: No. 1. Quena by Maria Teresa Uribe from the Album Songs Of The Americas
Cantiga: "Quenas sas figuras" (Instrumental Version) by Luis Delgado from the Album El Crisol del Tiempo
Carnaval En Quena by Los Chascas from the Album Quena, Indian Music Virtuosos
Cañamo Medico (feat. Metsa Meni & Chonon Quena) by EarthRise SoundSystem from the Album Rock Beats Paper
Wiki information Quena:
The quena is the traditional flute of the Andes. Traditionally made of totora, it has 6 finger holes and one thumb hole, and is open on both ends or the bottom is half-closed. To produce sound, the player closes the top end of the pipe with the flesh...